We've all had disagreements with our satnavs over the best route to take.
But when Alan Butcher's told him he'd need to dig out his passport for a trip from Folkestone to Maidstone, he began to suspect something was amiss.
The gadget has been trying to take the commuter on a scenic route, involving a 45-mile diversion, crossing the English Channel and making the trip from France.
But while we all enjoy a continental breakfast, Mr Butcher was not overjoyed with the suggestion.
He took to Twitter with a picture of the route, asking Citroen for an explanation about the glitch.
He added: "I needn't use the English Channel to get to work from Folkestone."
Let's hope Mr Butcher finally managed to reach his destination..
It's not the first time a Kent driver has experienced a satnav fail.
In 2015 a Fiat 500 became stranded on a beach at Folkestone, after the driver was directed down a ramp into the sand. A police car was then sent to rescue it, and it was towed away just before the tide came in.
The previous year magician Paul Daniels had to be given a police escort to his hotel ahead of a show in Maidstone, after his satnav left him lost on the wrong side of the River Medway.
In 2010 a Medway woman ended up on a live railway just four minutes before a train was due when she was directed onto the tracks at Cuxton station.
Fortunately the line was closed and she was able to get safely back on the road.